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Internships

I want to thank you for your interest in pursuing an internship with my office.

While I am unable to offer paid internships, at the discretion of your academic advisor, you may be eligible to obtain college credit. Interning in my office can be a great learning experience and often proves to be quite helpful in future academic and career opportunities.

My internship program is flexible and, if selected, my staff and I will do our best to accommodate your schedule. To request an internship application, please provide my office with the following information:

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The deadlines for fall, spring, and summer internship applications are July 15th, December 1st, and March 15th, respectively.


District Internship Information

If you are interested in interning in my Janesville District office, some of your duties may include:

  • Assisting with the research and writing of constituent correspondence
  • Assisting with our mobile office tours and listening sessions
  • Cataloging newspaper articles, including clipping, organizing and scanning into the computer distribution system.
  • Researching issues or agency policies
  • Data assembly and entry into Internet Quorum Government data system
  • Grant research
  • Answering phone calls
  • Distributing mail and informational materials from agencies
  • Assisting with mailing projects
  • Possible casework (with proper training)
  • Greeting constituents and guests of our office
  • Assisting with the Congressman’s Advisory Boards  
  • Other projects as assigned

If you have any questions about interning in my District Office, please call my District Internship Supervisor Brandon Farnsworth at (608) 752-4050. 


Washington, DC Internship Information

If you are interested in interning in my DC office, some of your duties may include:

  • Assisting with the research and writing of constituent correspondence
  • Researching issues for legislation
  • Data assembly and entry into Internet Quorum Government data system
  • Answering phone calls
  • Distributing mail and informational materials
  • Assisting with mailing projects
  • Greeting constituents and guests of our office
  • Conducting tours in the Capitol building for constituents
  • Attending various lectures and classes about the political process
  • Monitoring floor action
  • Other projects as assigned

If you have any questions about interning in my DC Office, please call my DC Internship Coordinator Patrick McNulty at (202) 225-3031.